2016 01 28

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_women_in_the_Bible  from this wiki page,

 is excerpted only references to named females of New Testament, some names including Old Testament reference as well.


Anna – An aged Jewish prophetess who prophesied about Jesus at the Temple of Jerusalem. Luke[20]

Candace – Ethiopian queen; a eunuch under her authority and in charge of her treasury was witnessed to by Philip, led to God and baptized. Acts[37]

Damaris. Acts[39]

Dorcas, also known as Tabitha. Acts[44]

Elisabeth – Mother of John the Baptist and the wife of Zacharias. Luke[46]

Eunice – Timothy[51]

Euodia - Christian of the church in Philippi [52]

Joanna - One of the women who went to prepare Jesus' body for burial. Luke[87]

Julia - Minor character in the new testament Romans [91]

Junia (or Junias) - Called "outstanding among the apostles" by Paul. [92]

Lois, grandmother of Saint Timothy. II Timothy[98]

Lydia – one of the first to convert to Christianity. Acts[100]

Martha - Luke, John[106][107]

Mary – Mother of Jesus. Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Acts, Galatians[108][109][110][111][112][113]

Mary the mother of James and Joses (or Joseph). Matthew[114]

Mary the sister of Martha. Luke, John[115]

Mary the wife of Cleophas. John[116]

Mary who was greeted by Paul. Romans[117]

Mary Magdalene – Disciple of Jesus Matthew, Mark, Luke, John[118][119][120][121]

Phoebe – Romans[144]

Priscilla – wife of Aquila, and missionary partner to Paul. Acts, Romans, I Corinthians, II Timothy[145][146][147][148]

Rachel – Second wife of Jacob, and sister of Leah. Genesis, I Samuel, Jeremiah, Matthew[151][152][153][154]

Rahab - of Jericho. Joshua, Matthew, Hebrews, James[155][156][157][158]

Rebekah - wife of Isaac and the mother of Jacob and Esau. Genesis, Romans[159][160]

Rhoda - Acts[162]

Ruth - Boaz and Ruth get married and have a son named Obed. Obed is the descendant of Perez the son of Judah, and the grandfather of (king) David. Ruth, Matthew[164][165]

Salome - Daughter of Herodias. Name in Hebrew reads שלומית (Shlomit) and is derived from Shalom שלום, meaning "peace". Matthew, Mark[166][167]

Sapphira - Acts[168]

Ishmael. Genesis, Isaiah, Romans, Galatians, Hebrews, I Peter[169][170][171][172][173][174]

Susanna - Luke[178]

Syntyche - Christian of the church in Philippi mentioned with Euodia [179]

Tabitha (Acts 9:36) From Joppa, Tabitha was always doing good and helping the poor. AKA 'Dorcas'